Reference numberMC/4/335
TitleLetter from Humphrey Lloyd, Trinity College Dublin, to Samuel [Hunter] Christie, Secretary of the Royal Society
Date18 March 1850
DescriptionStating his opinion on a potential change in the regulations for the award of the Royal Medals. Lloyd believes that the award of the Medals solely to published authors in the 'Philosophical Transactions' lessens the award's honour. Additionally, Lloyd draws parallels with discussions had by the Council of the Royal Irish Academy.

[The letter is over two papers, the second of which is labelled within the volume MC/4/335a.]
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